Integrated Family Community Services 3370 South Irving Street, Englewood, CO 80110-1816 Ph: 303-789-0501

3 Ways To Spring Clean Your Way To A Happy Home

3 Ways To Spring Clean Your Way To A Happy HomeLet’s face it, no one likes spring cleaning. But everyone loves the feeling they get after it’s done, when their home sparkles and shines like new again. Spring cleaning doesn’t have to be a long, drawn-out process. Follow a weekly schedule to clean your home from top to bottom, or just do the essentials – whichever way you choose to clean your home, find what works for you and stick to it. Here are a few ways to spring clean your way to a happy home.

Deep Clean Your Home

Sometimes your home just needs a thorough deep clean, especially if it hasn’t been done in a while. Target frequently neglected areas, like cleaning behind appliances, wiping down kitchen cupboards, or cleaning disposals and drains. Dust for spider webs, and clean out that sliding glass door track. There are countless deep cleaning schedules online, so find one that fits in your time frame and get it done. Deep cleaning your home will ensure that years of grime and dirt don’t build up, will minimize the growth of harmful bacteria, and will keep your home feeling like new.

Organize Your Home

Another way to spring clean some happiness back into your home after a dreary winter is to re-organize everything that has become disorganized over the past year. Go through every closet in your home and organize it. Get rid of items that are no longer needed, box up kids clothing that no longer fits, and invest in some dollar store totes to group and categorize. Organization is key to having a clean home, and also helps minimize stress.

Inspect Your Home for Mold or Water Damage

Thawing temperatures can sometimes expose problems that were hidden when the world was frozen. In the spring, homes can start to show a variety of underlying problems, everything from leaky basements, to leaky roofs, to mold problems. Do a thorough walk-through of your home and examine it for any leaks, mold, or mildew. If you have any concerns, companies like First General Services can usually tell you what to look for, or check it out for you. Checking for water damage and mold can give you peace of mind, knowing your home is a safe place for your family to dwell.

Springtime is the perfect time to shake off the dust of winter and breathe some sunshine back into your home. While spring cleaning is never really a highlight on anyone’s calendar, it does give you a chance to give some areas of your home a much needed scrub down. So invest in some good rubber gloves, get down on your hands and knees and spring clean some happiness into your home.

Tim Esterdahl

Tim Esterdahl is the editor of IFCS blog. He is a married father of three and enjoys golf in his spare time.
Tim Esterdahl

Find Us on Social Media

Unable to display Facebook posts.
Show error

Error: (#4) Application request limit reached
Type: OAuthException
Code: 4
Please refer to our Error Message Reference.

IFCS On Twitter

We truly appreciate your support! Through the kindness of the community and generous donations to the Ready Set School! program, IFCS was able to assist 552 students with school supplies, clothing, and backpacks as well as supplies for 300+ students.
#school #backtoschool

We appreciate the Back-to-School partnership with @DollarTree and Operation Homefront. Through their support, we were able to collect over 1,000 items to go into school supply backpacks. Thank you for the support of our veterans and their families!

A special Thank You to @navyfederal for donating school supplies along with volunteering to build and distribute backpacks. Veronica and Mariah lent their bright smiles to this valuable effort. Learn more at #onecanfeed #charity #dogood

Load More...

Key Sponsors

Our Affliations




Sign Up for our eNewsletter

Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List icon Sign up for our Email Newsletter
For Email Marketing you can trust

USDA Non-Discrimination Policy

IFCS follows the USDA non-discrimination policy. Learn more by clicking here to read the statement. (PDF)